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• Minutes after seeing the new federal loan guarantee document for the Lower Churchill hydro project for the first time, both Opposition leaders acknowledged it was more detailed than they expected it to be.
The guarantee is for the debt portion of the debt-equity cost of the Muskrat Falls development and was feted in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Friday.
• In the 28 years Randy Piercey has been in private practice, he’s never seen anything quite like the Hickman Equipment fraud case.
“It’s the most disclosure I’ve seen in almost 30 years,” Piercey told a judge Tuesday morning when the case was called in provincial court in St. John’s.
• There have been previous false positive results for infectious salmon anemia at fish farms in this province, a spokeswoman for Cooke Aquaculture cautioned Tuesday. The Telegram reported Tuesday that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has placed a cautionary quarantine on a south coast fish farm until further test results are back. Cooke has not confirmed its operation on the south coast is involved in the quarantine.
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